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Renzo Luigi Ricca

mathematician , researcher

Renzo Luigi Ricca, Italian mathematician, researcher. Recipient J.T. Knight prize in mathematics, Cambridge University, 1991; fellow Japan Society for the Promotion of Science visiting fellow, Japan, 2001; Research fellow, Association Sviluppo Science e Technology Piemonte, 1989-1992, Polytechnic Turin, 1992-1994, Lagrange senior fellow, Institute of Science Interchange, Turin, since 2007.

Background

Ricca, Renzo Luigi was born on January 24, 1960 in Casale Monferrato, Italy. Arrived in England, 1989, naturalised, 1996. Son of Simone and Luciana Teresa (Penna) Ricca.

Education

Laurea with honors, Polytechnic of Turin, Italy, 1988. Doctor of Philosophy, Cambridge University, England, 1994.

Career

Senior research fellow and lecturer applied mathematics University College, London, 1992—2003. Professor department math University Milano-Bicocca, since 2003. Projects reviewer National Science Foundation, Washington, since 1993.

Program organizer Newton Institute, 2000. Director International Mathematics Summer Center, 2001.

Works

  • Referee JFM, Proceedings of Royal Society, and others. Contributor articles to Physical Review, Physics Fluids, JFM, Journal Physics, and others.

Membership

Member European Mathematics Society, American Mathematics Society, New York Academy of Sciences.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Mountain climbing, skiing.

Connections

father:
Simone Ricca

mother:
Luciana Teresa (Penna) Ricca